1. Hospitals delivered unusable masks and gowns in latest equipment crisis  The Independent
  2. NHS trusts banned from securing their own personal protective equipment  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. COVID-19 PPE Gender Divide: No One-size-fits-all?  Medscape
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NHS hospitals have been delivered unusable masks and gowns for staff treating coronavirus patients amid a shortage of personal protective equipment and advanced respirators. Across the country, managers sourcing PPE have reported receiving sub-standard masks and gowns, which have had to be boxed and unused because they did not meet minimum standards.NHS hospitals have been delivered unusable masks and gowns for staff treating coronavirus patients amid a shortage of personal protective equipment and advanced respirators. Across the country,

Coronavirus: Hospitals delivered unusable masks and gowns in latest equipment crisis | The Independent

Move comes as ministers accused of being 'too slow' to react to issue of PPE supplies and failing to liaise with smaller companiesMove comes as ministers accused of being 'too slow' to react to issue of PPE supplies and failing to liaise with smaller companies

NHS trusts banned from securing their own personal protective equipment

Are female and ethnic minority doctors being exposed to extra risks because PPE isn't designed for their shapes and sizes?Are female and ethnic minority doctors being exposed to extra risks because PPE isn't designed for their shapes and sizes?

COVID-19 PPE Gender Divide: No One-size-fits-all?

“For the government to say "The NHS has coped well with Coronavirus" is a f*****g insult to every single one of the over 120 NHS and care staff who have died from Coronavirus despite screaming that they weren't being given adequate personal protective equipment (PPE).”

Femi on Twitter: "For the government to say "The NHS has coped well with Coronavirus" is a f*****g insult to every single one of the over 120 NHS and care staff who have died from Coronavirus despite screaming that they weren't being given adequate personal protective equipment (PPE)."

“Coronavirus: NHS staff use app to request crucial PPE https://t.co/SDVymwxgkF”

Dean Anthony Gratton on Twitter: "Coronavirus: NHS staff use app to request crucial PPE https://t.co/SDVymwxgkF… "

“David Singleton, a head of procurement for the NHS has set up a business to profit from the private sale of huge quantities of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak https://t.co/2nN8QpPLH0”

Rupert Myers on Twitter: "David Singleton, a head of procurement for the NHS has set up a business to profit from the private sale of huge quantities of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak https://t.co/2nN8QpPLH0"

“Big up Burberry who have donated 100,000 pieces of PPE to the NHS, including non-surgical gowns it’s producing at its Yorkshire factory. This has really brought out the good in many people and brands. - Coronavirus: Burberry donates PPE to NHS https://t.co/TsM0a1tNOm”

Jasmine Dotiwala on Twitter: "Big up Burberry who have donated 100,000 pieces of PPE to the NHS, including non-surgical gowns it’s producing at its Yorkshire factory. This has really brought out the good in many people and brands. - Coronavirus: Burberry donates PPE to NHS https://t.co/TsM0a1tNOm"

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